Nagaland government resolution on regularization of employees tabled

Our Correspondent
Kohima | February 29
The government resolution on regularization of employees in Group A & B posts and Group C & D appointed prior to 6.6. 2016, have been tabled today at the fourth session of 14th Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) here.
The resolution was moved by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, who also holds finance portfolio.

In regard to regularization of employees on Group A & B posts, it stated that the State being a welfare State as guaranteed in the Constitution is responsible to provide basic economic security to the citizens and to protect the livelihood of the employees working in any Department.

The Cabinet in its decision vide CAB-1/14/2023, dated 9th February, 2024 has resolved to adopt a resolution to regularize Group A & B employees appointed prior to 6th June 2016 and appointed against gazetted sanctioned posts at the time of their appointment and have completed 10 (ten) years of service under the State Government and whose appointments are not subjudice.
The house unanimously resolved to adopt a policy to carry out a one-time exercise for regularization of Group A & B employees appointed on contractual or ad-hoc basis against sanctioned posts prior to 6th June 2016 and completed 10 (ten) years of service, by conducting a suitability test by which they may be regularized against the post they are occupying provided they fulfil all the criteria as laid down in this Policy.”

Group C & D posts
The resolution stated that the Cabinet in its decision vide CAB-1/14/2023, dated 9th February, 2024 has resolved to adopt a resolution to regularize Group C & D employees appointed prior to 6th June 2016 and appointed against sanctioned posts at the time of their appointment and have completed 10 (ten) years of service under the State Government and whose appointments are not subjudice,
The NLA resolved to adopt a policy to carry out a one-time exercise for regularization of Group C & D employees appointed on contractual or ad-hoc basis against sanctioned posts prior to 6th June 2016 and completed 10 (ten) years of service, by conducting a suitability test by which they may be regularized against the post they are occupying provided they fulfill all the criteria as laid down in this Policy.”
The resolution for both is likely to be adopted on the floor of the House on March 1.